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INDEX

G

gas, hydrogen sulfide, 61

general concepts, knowledge of, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 73

genetic makeup, 19 glasses, safety, 42

gloves, 42 chemical resistant, 32, 42 minimum requirements, 81-82

goggles, 42 Gram stain, 7

groundwater contamination, preventing, 4, 47

H

half-life, 20

handler pesticide, 30 requirements for training by employer, 26 training, 29-37 training program, 78 training, frequency of, 80

handling and cleaning application equipment, training on, 30

handling antimicrobial pesticides, 41-44 certain fumigants, PPE exceptions for, 33 pesticide containers, 41 pesticides, training employees how to, 78-80 SO2 cylinders, 56 expectations, when applying antimicrobials, 74

hazard, 19, 75

hazard communication document, 37

hazardous material disposal facility, Class 1, 47

hazards and potential problems, avoiding, 68-69, 75 of spilled flammable materials, 47 using antimicrobials in cooling towers, 62 when using antimicrobial pesticides, understanding, 4

headwear, minimum requirements, 82

health effects acute, 18 chronic, 19 long term, 19 of pesticide exposure, training on, 30

health hazards associated with microorganisms in water cooling systems, 59

health problems, chronic, 3

Health Related Pest Control category, 3

heat and workload, 34 cramps, 34-35, stress, avoiding, 34 first aid for, 35 signs and symptoms, 34 to control microorganisms, 13

heat-related illness, 33-35

help, seeking during emergencies, 4

high efficiency filters, 13 histoplasmosis, 8 hood, supplied air respirator, 54

how fungi reproduce, 8 to handle pesticide containers, training on, 29 viruses spread, 9

humidity, effect on pesticide toxicity, 20

hydrogen sulfide gas, 61 hyphae, fungi, 8

I

identification fungi, 8 microorganisms, 7

illegal blowdown, environmental contamination from, 62

illness or injury, pesticide, 31-32 illness, heat-related, 33-35 illnesses, pesticide, reported, 3

immediate symptoms resulting from pesticide exposure, 32

important considerations when using antimicrobial pesticides, 4

improper testing of chlorine compounds, 69

incident response, 47-48 indoor spill, cleaning up, 48

information required on pesticide use records, 27-28 Information Series, Pesti- cide Safety, 26

inhalation, LC50, 21 inhaled pesticides, first aid for, 36 insecticidal soap, 18 iron oxidizing bacteria, 61

irradiation to control microorganisms, 14

irritation, 21 eye, 21

K

knowledge and skills needed to work safely with antimicrobial pesticides, 4, 73-77

L

label first aid instructions on, 36 format for, 26 pesticide, 26-27 reading, 52-53 training on, 30 when to read, 26-27 requirements for PPE, 41 service container, 41 spill clean up procedures, 47, 48

labeling and associated documents, knowledge of, expectations when applying antimicrobials, 74

laws and regulations, 25-37 study guide, 2

laws, pesticide, reasons for, 25 LC50, 19 LD50, 19 leaving containers unattended, 41 legal definition of pesticide, 17 Legionella pneumophilia, 61 Legionnaire’s disease, 61

lethal concentration, 18-19 dose, 18-19

Licensing and Certification Program, DPR, web site, 2

liquid chlorine solutions, making, 67 sulfur dioxide, 53

long term health effects, 19 lung exposure, 31

M

makeup, genetic, 19

making a pesticide application, training requirements, 30

making liquid chlorine solutions, 67

Material Safety Data Sheet, 27 materials, danger, 29 maximum exposure level, 19 measuring pesticide toxicity, 18

methods for disinfecting water lines, 66-68 used for sanitizing wine barrels, 52-55

microbial growth, cooling tower, 61 organisms, 7-9 pest control category, 3 examination, 2 occupational areas, 4 types of, 4-5

microorganism, 1 buildup, preventing, 62 chemical control for, 14 control in water cooling systems, 59-62 controlling, 13-14 autoclaving, 13 boiling water, 13 heat, 13 irradiation, 14 refrigeration, 13 UV light, 14 x-rays, 14 definition of, 1 proper identification of, 7 role in wine fermentation, 51-52 spreading in wineries, 51-52

mildew caused by fungi, 8

minimum required personal protective equipment, 42, 81-82

mixing and application equipment, training on, 30

mode of action, 18 modifying the environment, 13-14

monthly summary pesticide use reports, 28

MSDS, 27, 37

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